Introduction

Designing Classical Music Experiences

Through collaboration across institutional borders and knowledge domains, the Designing Classical Music Experiences project developed new spatial and mediated audience experiences. The project involved musicians, designers, researchers, students, audience members – and many others – in the design- and development processes.

The project ran between 2012 and 2014 and was co-funded by the European Union Interreg IVA ÖKS, Region Skåne, the Danish Arts Foundation, and project partners.

The outcome of the project is presented in the book How the Lion Learned to Moonwalk. All publications and reports of this project is presented under Learnings, and all experiments and concepts are described under Cases & Concepts. To get in touch with the people involved in the project, see the People page.

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Orkestern lär andra att samarbeta

Hur medlemmarna i en orkester samarbetar kan vara lärorikt att uppleva för andra typer av organisationer. Därför erbjuder nu Copenhagen Phil kurser för näringslivet där man med hjälp av orkester illustrerar begrepp som att hitta “kammartonen” och att samarbeta mellan olika personligheter.

I den inbäddade videon (eller här på YouTube) kan du se hur ett liknande möte mellan orkestern och näringslivet kan gå till. Under videon skriver Copenhagen Phils musikchef några ord om vilket värde detta kan ge åt orkestern.

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